2 Note: All rights reserved. No unauthorized duplication. Want to make photocopies, print extra pages, or have a special request? Would you like a classroom set of books? A school-wide set? We d love to chat with you! ~ The folks at Cooperfly Please contact us to discuss details/permissions: Cooperfly Creative Arts, Inc Plainfield Ave. NE, P.M.B. 248 Grand Rapids, MI * Copyright 2013 Cooperfly Creative Arts, Inc.
3 This book was created to inspire your imagination! Let the pages become a place for doodles, messy notes, and possibilities. The directions are really only suggestions. Take it further by presenting your favorite ideas in a completely new book, poster, performance, poem, sculpture, painting, song, or anything you can think of! So, what are you waiting for? Created by: Kevin Kammeraad Stephanie Kammeraad Justin Haveman And YOU! Your name:
4 Draw a picture of yourself: Now, draw a picture of yourself standing on one foot, holding either a flower or an avocado, wearing a colorful hat, singing a song, while thinking about your favorite thing to do: 4 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It?
5 1. Find some paper. 2. Scribble with your eyes closed. (Don t pick up your pencil.) 3. Spin the paper around a bit. 4. See what you find. 5. Fill in details. 6. Write a poem for it? 7. Repeat. Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 5
6 The Ants Go Marching One By One. Hurrah! Hurrah! You know the song, right? Well, make your own version! Change the animal. It is now a: Would you prefer your animal does something instead of marching? If so, write it here: Instead of singing Hurrah! Hurrah! change it to: Then instead of singing, the little one stopped to suck his thumb come up with a new rhyme. Continue with new rhymes for each number. 1 x 1 the little one stopped to 2 x 2 the little one stopped to 3 x 3 the little one stopped to 4 x 4 the little one stopped to 5 x 5 the little one stopped to 6 x 6 the little one stopped to 7 x 7 the little one stopped to 8 x 8 the little one stopped to 9 x 9 the little one stopped to 10 x 10 the little one stopped to Listen to track 1 on The Monkeys Go Marching CD. 6 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? Ex: say we ve just begun! Ex: swim in the sea. Now you re ready to sing your song!
7 Draw your animal in action! Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 7
8 Moogie Monster Man The moogie monster man broke into my room, and the moogie monster man made a mess, stole my broom. So I don t think it s fair, it s another parent scam, cause I didn t make the mess, it was the moogie monster man. What does the Moogie Monster Man look like? Draw him. 8 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? Listen to track 41 on The Tomato Collection CD.
9 Write three of your favorite words in box 18. In box 49, write a word that rhymes with tree. Draw it. Fill box 102 with drawings of your favorite things from the sky. In box 84, draw a dancing. Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 9
10 Draw a character inside this puppet theatre. 10 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It?
11 What are some interesting things about your character? Write or draw about them: Can you a build a puppet to look like your character? What materials could you use? Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 11
12 I m a... (Anything I Like) Alright, fill in ideas for some nouns: I m tall... (sing 5 times!) I m a very tall. I m short... (sing 5 times!) I m a very short. Noun I m fast... (sing 5 times!) I m a very fast. I m slow... (sing 5 times!) I m a very slow. It seems to me, that we can be, most anything we like! I m furry... (sing 5 times!) I m a very furry. I m slimy... (sing 5 times!) I m a very slimy. Noun I m happy... (sing 5 times!) I m a very happy. I m sad... (sing 5 times!) I m a very sad. It seems to me, that we can be, most anything we like! Draw your favorite part of the song. Listen to track 3 on The Monkeys Go Marching CD. 12 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? I m a... (Anything I Like) is originally written by James Dague (aka ScribbleJim)
13 Now, you think of both the adjectives and the nouns: I m (sing 5 times!) I m a very. Adjective Same adjective I m (sing 5 times!) I m a very. Noun I m (sing 5 times!) I m a very. I m (sing 5 times!) I m a very. It seems to me, that we can be, most anything we like! Now, try this: I m a can... (sing 5 times!) and I m filled with. I m a book... (sing 5 times!) I m a book about. I m a word... (sing 5 times!) and I sound like. I m a picture... (sing 5 times!) I m a picture of. It seems to me, that we can be, most anything we like! Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 13
14 Aiken Drum There was a man lived in the moon, his name was Aiken Drum. He wore some clothes made of crazy things; today he needs some help. Come up with your own ideas for his clothes and then draw him looking good! His coat is made of: His hat is made of: His shorts are made of: His shirt is made of: His cape is made of: His shoes are made of: 14 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? His is made of: A piece of clothing Listen to track 6 on The Monkeys Go Marching CD.
15 Who is this guy? What s his story? Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 15
16 Down by the Bay Put your own twists on this traditional tune. Down by the where the grow. Back to my home, I dare not go! For if I do, my will say: Did you ever see a a? Verb ending in -ing Location One of your relatives (mom, brother, cousin, etc.) Type of animal Down by the! Same location you chose above Something that grows (plural) Something that rhymes with the animal chosen above Verse two: Down by the where the grow. Back to my home, I dare not go! For if I do, my will say: Did you ever see a a? Verb ending in -ing Location One of your relatives (mom, brother, cousin, etc.) Type of animal Down by the! Same location you chose above Something that grows (plural) Something that rhymes with the animal chosen above Would you like to write more verses? Write some more in your journal! 16 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? Listen to track 2 on The Monkeys Go Marching CD.
17 Choose one of your verses to Illustrate: Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 17
18 Natalie sat in her bed and began to dream. She dreamed of... Listen to tracks 8, 24, 38, 47, and 58 on The Tomato Collection CD or read the corresponding pages in The Tomato Collection book. 18 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It?
19 Draw some of the dreams you created for Natalie: Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 19
20 Listen to some music. Any music. Draw to the rhythm or draw what you see in your mind: 20 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It?
21 Write a second line (about anything at all) that rhymes with the first: I really like to jump and sing. Ex: Have you seen my yellow ring? What is swimming in the lake? I would like some grapes to eat. Have you seen my little car? Is it ever going to snow? Three little birds are in that nest. Would you like to draw with me? (Use your word from box 49 on page 7?) I m so glad you are my friend. Now, grab your journal (or some paper) and write couplets of your own! Listen to track 21 on the CD A Curious Glimpse of Michigan. Couplet: Two brief lines or sentences that rhyme. Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 21
22 Draw a sock puppet. Write a joke for it to tell: Can you find an old sock and bring your puppet to life? 22 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It?
23 The 4 x 4 Shake the Floor! Clap your hands four times while singing 1, 2, 3, 4! Stomp your feet four times while singing 1, 2, 3, 4! Jump in a circle four times while singing 1, 2, 3, 4! Spread out your feet, bend your knees, drop your arms and sway back and forth while singing: Now it s time to shake the floor! Repeat many times, going faster, slower, singing like a cow, a robot, or anything you can think of. Now, change the dance moves to something completely different. Add new moves to the list and see how long you can extend the dance! Listen to track 4 on The Monkeys Go Marching CD. Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 23
24 Found a Peanut Pretend you just found something. What is it? What will you do with it? You just found something else. What is it? What will you do with these two things together? Now, draw the story: 24 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? Listen to track 10 on The Monkeys Go Marching CD.
25 Take these ideas further... One day, not so long ago, broccoli played with pear... Newman suddenly realized his cheese crackers were gone... Listen to track 37 on The Tomato Collection CD or read the corresponding page in The Tomato Collection book. Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 25
26 How Much Wood Could a Woodchuck Chuck? Pick a compound word: Split it in half / A AB B Now, create your tongue twister and sing! How much could a, if a B could? B A AB A AB As much as a could if a could A A AB AB B Now, do it again: Compound word: How much could a, if a B could? B A AB A AB AB As much as a could if a could AB. A A AB B 26 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? Read and listen to the book/song How Much Wood Could a Woodchuck Chuck? by Danny Adlerman and Friends
27 What do your tongue twisters look like? Choose other words and see what you come up with! Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 27
28 A Three Sentence Story Use your three words from box 18 on page 7 and write a story using only three sentences. First sentence (using word one): the beginning. Second sentence (using word two): the middle/conflict. Third sentence (using word three): the ending/resolution. 28 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It?
29 Norwood is disappointed that he is in The Tomato Collection book without a real poem. Will you write a new one for him? Listen to track 17 on The Tomato Collection CD or read the corresponding page in The Tomato Collection book. Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 29
30 Think of an object. Draw it. Draw another object. Connect those two objects, changing it into something new. 30 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It?
31 Fill box 76 with drawings of happy thoughts and smiling bananas. Draw something in box 62 that can help people feel better when they are sick. In box 12, write a very short story or poem about giraffes and mice. In box 19 describe or draw plans to open a cookie cafe. Listen to track 29 on The Tomato Collection CD or read the corresponding page in The Tomato Collection book. Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 31
32 What do you remember from two years ago? Five months ago? Yesterday? Write or draw about some of those memories. Read the book I Remember. 32 Can You Think It? Can You Dream It?
33 A note to teachers and parents: We really hope this book is simply a springboard to where students go with these writing, drawing, and creative thinking prompts! Here are a few thoughts on how to go further with some of the ideas: Moogie Monster Man - Page 6: Have each student describe what the Moogie Monster Man looks like on a loose piece of paper. Collect, then redistribute, those descriptions. Students now illustrate another classmate s description. Natalie - Pages 16 and 17: Instead of Natalie s dreams, make them the students dreams. Have them use their name in their poem. Couplets - Page 19: Have students work with their classmates and friends. Everyone write a short sentence or line (one half of a couplet) on a piece of paper. Then, trade papers. Now, each person write the second half of the couplet. Write a bunch of them! Choose the favorites and put them together for one class poem! A Three Sentence Story - Page 26: Have everyone write down words on separate small pieces of paper and put them into a hat. Have one person pick out three papers, then make up a story using those three words. I Remember - Page 30: There is an entire book and project to go further with this. You ll find it at The entire book: Throughout the book, you ll find notes on some of the pages referencing where to hear an example of a song or to read the original poem the page is based on. We encourage you to visit our website to learn more about these and other books and music of ours....where the bananas grow! Down by the library... Can You Think It? Can You Dream It? 33
34 See that space over there? Go fill it up! All rights reserved. No unauthorized duplication. Would you like a classroom set of books? A school-wide set? Want to make photocopies, print extra pages, or have a special request? We d love to chat with you! ~ The folks at Cooperfly Copyright 2013 Cooperfly Creative Arts, Inc. All illustrations by Kevin Kammeraad except pages 21 and 28 by Carlos Kammeraad I m a... (Anything I Like) was originally written by James Dague (aka ScribbleJim) How Much Wood Could a Woodchuck Chuck? is based on the book and song by Danny Adlerman and Friends Cooperfly Creative Arts, Inc Plainfield Ave. NE, P.M.B. 248 Grand Rapids, MI *
Rhyme Time hildren love to be silly. When you need a quieter activity, like during a car ride or at the table, play a rhyming game with your child. Start with a simple sentence that ends in a word that
RAPP READING AND PARENTS PROGRAM Pack Written by Giles Andreae Illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees Multicultural RAPP Reading Hints for This book has a red bug, a blue bug, a yellow bug and a cricket on every
SIGNING TIME THEME There s singing time and dancing time And laughing time and playing time And now it is our favorite time SIGNING TIME Come visit our big tree house You can visit everyday There s lots
1 2 Dedicated to: Abigail and TJ 3 Good morning, sweetie! Mom whispered as she walked into my room. It s your first day of 3 rd grade, Chip! Aren t you excited? I rolled over and said, Kind of. I think
Hippo and Friends 1 Unit 1 - Pencils and pencil case Before the class: Enlarge the worksheet to A3 size. Cut out one of the pencils and colour it in. Draw a picture of yourself or take a photo, and affix
Morning Questions the Phonics Dance Way Volume 1 (Revision 2 ~ 2013) Ginny A. Dowd Table of Contents The Purpose to the Morning Question Page 5 Chants for Writing Page 6 The Editing Process Page 7 Listening
The Story of the Kindness Angels Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing that some have entertained angels without knowing it. Hebrews 13:2 Many years ago, before you were even born,
THE SETTING Draw the setting of your book and explain it. Write to the author and explain your reaction to his book. Write to the author and explain why his book appeals to your age group. Make up five
Identifying Problems 1 Look at the picture in each box. Circle problem if the picture shows a problem. Circle no problem if the picture doesn t show a problem. 1 2 problem no problem problem no problem
UNIT 4 Technology Today and Tomorrow A Robobee sits on top of a flower. Robobees are tiny flying robots. Robert Wood is leading the development of Robobees at Harvard University s Microrobotics Lab. In
Table of Contents Introduction...3 Songs for Hands and Feet...4 Skills Development...9 Holding a Writing Implement...9 Tracing Tips...9 Tracing Practice...10 Using Scissors...12 Scissors Safety...12 Cutting
Grade 9 SKETCHBOOK FUN 10% of Final Mark Your should demonstrate a different drawings: - Representational drawings (still life, figure, portraits, landscapes) - Collage works (mixed media sources) - Abstract
At the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) you can see an art exhibition called Turn the Page: The First Ten Year of Hi-Fructose. Many of the artists in the exhibition look at art from long ago.
Moselle Blair and Gail Goldspiel Theme: Places Topic: Rural and Urban Landscapes Grade: 2nd Grade School info: PS 180M, Monday, April 19, 2010 10AM Lesson goals: Students will learn the terms urban, rural
Piano Safari Repertoire Book 1 Teacher Guide: Unit 5 Title Type Teacher s Guide Page Number Level E Introduction to Sight Reading & Rhythm Cards Reading 116 2nds & 3rds Musicianship 117 The Cat and the
Basic Truth: Jesus wants to be my friend forever. Key Question: Who is your friend? Bottom Line: Jesus is my good friend. Memory Verse: A friend loves at all times. Proverbs 17:17, NIrV Bible Story: Jesus
Sample Pages from the Draw to Learn Series Copyright Notgrass Company. All rights reserved. To order your copy visit www.notgrass.com or call 1-800-211-8793. Draw to Learn How to Use the Curriculum The
Lesson 2 Rhymes Contents Page 2 Rhymes Resources: Kididdles.com website (2.01) Page 3 Rhymes Resources: Rhyme Time website (2.02) PDF color (2.03) Page 4 Rhymes Resources: Down by the Bay PDF b+w sheet
Concept Development A story uses words and illustrations to describe the character(s), setting, and plot in a story. 1. My uncle Joe is a farmer. 2. He lives on an apple farm. 3. He gets up early every
Introduction and Overview Introduction This goal of this curriculum is to familiarize students with the ScratchJr programming language. The curriculum consists of eight sessions of 45 minutes each. For
Summer Writing Writers are pretty ordinary people, except for at least one important difference. Other people have daily thoughts and feelings, notice this sky or that smell, but they don t do much about
Activity Book Inspiring the Next Engineers and Scientists What is STEM? STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math: All very important subjects that help you build robots! This booklet is packed
Step 1 - Introducing the Master Artist: Slideshow Guide MOTIVATION BEGIN READING HERE Today s famous artist s name is Vincent Van Gogh. I need your help to be our pretend Vincent Van Gogh today. This is
Vocabulary V.001 Word Knowledge Memory Word Match Objective The student will identify the meaning of words. Materials Memory Word Match cards (Activity Master V.001.AM1a - V.001.AM1i) Choose a target set
Daily Announcements A week of Never Giving Up! Make it a NEVER GIVE UP WEEK at school! Read an announcement every day of the week to reinforce the theme. Announcements can be made by the principal, the
BOING! VISUAL STORY This visual resource is for children and young adults visiting the Unicorn Theatre to see a performance of BOING! This visual story is intended to help prepare you for a new experience
Game catalogue Package: FUN I Bursting ballons Burn off your energy and jump on the flying away balloons. There's too much air in them help them to burst! Happy board Do not let the sad faces end the game.
The PBS KIDS wordmark and PBS KIDS Logo are registered trademarks of the Public Broadcasting Service. All rights reserved. The Arthur television series is based on the Arthur Adventure books by Marc Brown,
Pearson English Kids Readers Level 3 Suitable for: young learners who have completed up to 150 hours of study in English Type of English: American Headwords: 600 Key words: Key grammar: 15 (see pages 2
Personal Response 1. Which characters in your novel were close friends? Tell how these friendships were formed. If the friendship lasted, tell why. If difficulties were experienced, try to explain why.
Get Ready to WRITE! If you could write a story about anything, what would you writeeeeee about?eee The PBS KIDS logo is a registered mark of the Public Broadcasting Service. All rights reserved. The Arthur
1 Kindergarten Counting and Cardinality 2016 01 13 www.njctl.org 2 Table of Contents Count Sequence Hundredth Day of School Click on a topic to go to that section Numbers 0 6 Numbers 6 10 Number Writing
Comparatives and Superlatives The cat is faster than the mouse, but the cheetah is the fastest. The dolphin is more intelligent than the dog, but the chimpanzee is the most intelligent. We use comparatives
Grandfather s Pencil and the Room of Stories By Michael Foreman The boy finished his letter to his father. He put down his pencil and climbed into bed. He kissed his mother goodnight. All was quiet. The
English Language Arts Test Listening Selection Grade 7 January 14 18, 2008 20285 This listening selection is to be used in administering Book 2 of the English Language Arts Test. The entire selection is
Cambridge Discovery Readers Ask Alice Margaret Johnson American English CEF A2 People in the story Alice: a 14-year-old girl; she writes for the student Web site at her school Lauren: the main writer on
Suggested levels for Guided Reading, DRA, Lexile, and Reading Recovery are provided in the Pearson Scott Foresman Leveling Guide. Tulips for Annie s Mother Genre Historical fiction Comprehension Skills
Pintrest.com Superhero Lollipops Here is what you need to make them: Superhero Logos Stiff felt Hole punch 2in paper punch (or you can use scissors) Coordinating ribbon Lollipops (tootsie pops have nice
Dream Starter: Dream Delivery Dream Starters are visualizations which promote relaxation, imagination and well-being as they guide children into the world of dreams. Reading Dream Starters the same way
rd 3 5 th August 16-17, 2014 Know God s Word Colossians 3:23 Work hard with excellence, as working for the Lord. Adventure Bible (pp. 1311-1312) Connect Time (15 minutes): Five minutes after the service
Colours and Objects- Dice Games Instructions for teachers Start with the just colours version. Students roll the dice once and: - Run and touch a flashcard that colour in the classroom - Touch something
It s time to pick things up a little bit. Learn a strumming pattern that sounds good at both slow and fast tempos. Here s what you ll be learning in this lesson: a very popular faster strumming pattern
Your Memory Book and Memory Box This book is all about you, so you can enjoy drawing or writing and sticking photographs in it When you feel ready you can start, on any page you like. Your foster carer
Luke s Way of Looking by Matt Ottley and Nadia Wheatley Luke's Way of Looking is about celebrating the uniqueness of the individual and being courageous enough to look at the world differently. Matt Ottley,
September 24, 2014 James Nares Goes High Speed at Paul Kasmin Gallery By Ann Binlot In many ways James Nares art is one linear progression. Many of his paintings capture the curves and movement of a single
Chapter 1 One, Two, Let s Sudoku In This Chapter Tackling the basic sudoku rules Solving squares Figuring out your options This chapter gives you everything you need to know to solve the three different
Session 1 Dictation Warm-up Slowly dictate the three sentences twice. The students write down the sentences as you dictate them. a. The animals at the zoo make a lot of noise. b. She goes swimming every
Table of Contents Introduction.... 4 How to Use This Book... 6 Understanding and Using the UNC Method... 8 Unit 1 Fiction: Home on Wheels... 10 Nonfiction: Red, White, and Blue... 11 Questions... 12 Time
PLAN YOUR FUTURE Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you ve imagined! -Thoreau CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE PLANNING YOUR FUTURE TODAY. You are about to start a shift at your dream
Cambridge Unive 978-1-107-68512-3 Cambridge Primary English Stage 2 Gill Budgell and Kate Ruttle Excerpt More information 1 Stories about things we know 1 A Read the fact file for Sophie. She is a character
Slide 1 / 91 Slide 2 / 91 1st Grade Waves 2015-11-20 www.njctl.org Slide 3 / 91 Slide 4 / 91 Table of ontents What are Waves? Sound Sight lick on the topic to go to that section What Happens When Light
Summer Math Calendar Second Grade Get ready to discover math all around you this summer! Just as teachers encourage students to continue reading throughout the summer to solidify and retain reading skills,
Slide 1 / 91 Slide 2 / 91 1st Grade Waves 2015-11-20 www.njctl.org Slide 3 / 91 Table of Contents What are Waves? Click on the topic to go to that section Sound Sight What Happens When Light Hits Certain
Praise for The Imagination Station books Challenge on the Hill of Fire is a great story of courage. It will help kids stay strong in their faith. Tamra B., mother of two Chino, California These books are
learning life lessons from creatures who ve been around for generations Book 3 What If? By Colleen Doyle Bryant Illustrated by Manuela Soriani To my momma, who taught me to ask What if? and helped me fix
START Go Back 2 FINISH Ahead 2 Resist The START Go Back 2 FINISH Resist The Directions: The objective of the game is to resist the temptation just like Jesus did. Place your markers on the START square.
Retelling - K In the beginning... Then,... After that,... And then,... Finally,... Do I understand what I read? Does it make sense? Retelling - K Page 1 Grade: Prior Knowledge: What prior knowledge about
ENG 101 College English I Major Paper #3b Poetry: close reading / rhetorical analysis Name Write a close reading paragraph (rhetorical analysis) of a song lyric or poem of your choosing. I want the complete
Podcast Episode 180 Unedited Transcript Listen here How to Encourage a Child to Read (Even if Your Child Is Older and Hates Reading) David Loy: Hi and welcome to In the Loop with Andy Andrews, I m your
LESSON PLAN GRADES 2-4 The Blue Lined Socks LESSON TITLE: Learning to Write Cliffhanger Ending Story Plots OBJECTIVE: The students will know the definition of a cliffhanger story ending and write a creative
Successful Art Lessons 1 Lesson Index Part 1 - About Art Lesson 1 - What is Art?... Page 13 Lesson 2 - More About Art... 15 Part 2 - Lines and Shapes Lesson 3 - Straight Lines.. 19 Lesson 4 - Curved Lines.
Objective: To teach that art doesn t have to look like anything familiar or real. Art can be completely abstract and made up. A) Introduction Going all the way back to the cave man, man has created many
200 Questions to get to know someone conversationstartersworld.com/questions-to-get-to-know-someone Casual questions to get to know someone If you didn t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra
CHAPTER TWO In this chapter, we will be talking a little bit about knowing your why when it comes to BOD keeping. Knowing your why can help you decide on the best BOD Permutation (types of BOD spreads)
by Winston White illustrated by Mary Peterson HOUGHTON MIFFLIN by Winston White illustrated by Mary Peterson Copyright by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company All rights reserved. No part of this
File 10 VBS 2017 Galactic Starveyors Recreation Rotation Overview Purpose Statement This 45 minute plan is designed to train and equip leaders to conduct LifeWay s Galactic Starveyors VBS recreation rotation.
Research Project for intermediate classrooms Noticings The title tells you the topic 1 st paragraph is an introduction Contains facts about the topic Does not share opinions Topic specific vocabulary Strong
Monster Final Project Choose THREE of the following projects to complete for your final assessment for Monster. DUE FEBURARY 12 TH BROCHURE ALTERNATE ENDING CD SOUNDTRACK BOOK COVER LETTERS CHARACTER FOLDABLE
Make your own Maracas This is a great way for children to make their own music from everyday items in your kitchen cupboard. Empty, clean jars with lids of various sizes Plastic funnel Dry, uncooked foods
Readers Get to Know Characters by Performing Their Books Bend 1: Readers Have Ways to Get to Know a Character Session 1 Launch the unit: Begin today by inviting a guest to read a story with a strong character,
Educational Material How to Write a Diamante Poem Writing activity for grades 1-8 with extension artwork to be age appropriate. Maine Learning Results achievements begin after diamante template. A diamante
Page 1 of 8 Making Musical Instruments Bullroarer Castanets Cymbals and Drums Egg Shakers Guitar Jingle Bell Bracelets Jingle Bell Friends Jingle Bell Sticks Kazoo Paper Bag Maracas Paper Plate Shakers
A Beginner s Guide to Orchestra Violin and Viola How To Care For Your Instrument 1. Always keep your instrument stored in its case and out of the way when you are not practicing with it, so younger children
November First Grade NO PREP Math & Literacy Printables By Anna Brantley Ready, Set, Print Literacy Printables November Words ABC Order- 3 Syllable Spin- 4 Long and Short Vowel Word Sort- 5 Compound Cornucopias-
UNIT 4 WEEK 9 This is a one-week excerpt from the Starfall Kindergarten Mathematics Teacher s Guide. If you have questions or comments, please contact us. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 1-888-857-8990
Teacher s Book Arts & Crafts 2 PRIMARY Contents Introduction Table of contents...3 Natural Science syllabus...4 Student s Book...5 Teacher s Book...6 Songs...8 Teacher s resources...11 Key competences...
All Ears English Episode 54: English with Fluency MC- How to Find Love on Valentine s Day This is an All Ears English Podcast, Episode 54: Meeting Monday, English with Fluency MC: How to Find Love on Valentine
By Kelly Mikeselll http://www.elementary-teacher-resources.com email@example.com C. 2009 Many parents and teachers are looking for quick and easy skill-based routines for their classrooms.
Wonderland Challenge And now for something completely different, we have taken a different slant on a challenge badge. After a century of Guiding we started thinking about time, and being late and then
Step-by-Step Writing Lessons for K 1 Waneta Davidson Deneen Wuest Deanne Camp New York Toronto London Auckland Sydney Mexico City New Delhi Hong Kong Buenos Aires Contents Unit 1: Basic Routines Mini-Lesson
Mammals Level 1., Story 1 1 2 1 Dolphins and whales are. Most mammals have. The and the beaver are mammals. 2 Mammal babies are born. A few mammals live on. alive, hair, land, mammals, seal Plants Level